Key Information

School contact details

Bilton C of E Junior School

Plantagenet Drive

Rugby

Warwickshire

CV22 6LB


Tel :01788 810675

Fax: 01788 522576


Queries to Mrs Clarke , Mrs Doyle or Mrs Worrall



Headteacher

Mrs A Norton


Deputy Headteacher

Mrs K Webb

Values and Ethos


We are passionate about our mission statement and our strapline of ‘Inspire, Challenge, Achieve’ encapsulates our school philosophy.

With strong links to St. Marks Church and our proud Church of England ethos, we have a firm grounding for developing our children into rounded individuals who have the skills they need for life as well as life-long learning.


Our Mission Statement:

I have the freedom and choice to be ambitious for my future.


Strategic Vision:

As the Governing Board of Bilton C of E Junior School, we believe we are all God's children.

Our Strategic Aims are:

To inspire all, through learning experiences which enrich, excite and engage.

To be happy confident, caring and resilient learners, ready to embrace challenge.

To make consistently strong progress across the curriculum and achieve our very best.

Equality Objectives


Bilton C of E Junior school is proud to adhere to the Equality Act 2010. We believe that everyone has the right to be treated fairly and with respect, and that all children have the right to access their education without risk of prejudice. For that reason we are a No Outsiders school.

Link to Equality Objective Page

Admission arrangements


If you are interested in coming to our school and would like to visit please contact us so that we

can arrange this for you. See our contact page for all the information you need to do this.


The Governors will admit pupils to the school on the basis of the Local Education Authority criteria, which are:


Up to the standard number of the school, currently at 105 per year group.


The 8 criteria that the Authority use when defining the priority for admission:

  • Children in the care of, or provided with accommodation by, a local authority and children who were looked after, but ceased to be so because they were adopted (or became subject to a residence order or special guardianship order).
  • Children living in the priority area who have a brother or sister at the school at the time of admission.
  • Children living in the priority area who have a brother or sister at the partner infant school at the time of admission.
  • Other children living in the priority area.
  • Children from outside the priority area who have a brother or sister at the school at the time of admission.
  • Children from outside the priority area who attended the partner infant school immediately prior to transfer
  • Children living outside the priority area who have a brother or sister at the partner infant school at the time of admission.
  • Other children from outside the priority area.


Where admission to the school is not possible because a year group is full, the parents will be advised to contact the Admissions Service of the Local Education Authority.

Link to Admissions Page

Special educational needs and disability information


We monitor the progress and development of all children very closely and regularly. Children who are not making expected progress are picked up through Achievement Team Meetings within year groups. In this meeting, a discussion takes place concerning children who are experiencing difficulty and what further support can be given to aid their progression. Following this meeting, if a child is provided with extra support, parents will be informed.

Link to SEND Page

School Policies

Link to Policy Documents

The following reports and document can be found on our school information page


Ofsted Report

D of E Performance Data

Privay Notices

SATs Headlines

Pupil Premium Provision Map

Catch Up Provision Map

PE and Sports Premium

Leave of Absence Application form

Communication with school

Link to School Information